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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Quote Originally Posted by etch04
    i have downloaded the firmware using navifirm and replaced the files with the hacked file but i cannot flash my phones .it say the file is corrupted in JAf. i tried using phoenix but it also report that the file RM356_40.0.005_023_xxx_U01.uda.fpsx does not match with the checksum in data packages.pliz help.
    Do it this way (for reference only)

    http://forum.dailymobile.net/index.p...c,17669.0.html


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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    How to update fw, using this jaf?? Help plss

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Use this detailed guide by liliantunagry

    http://forum.dailymobile.net/index.p...c,17667.0.html

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your 5730 xm i have problem

    JAF version 1.98.62
    Detected PKEY: 9000AAC9
    Card life counter: 99.99%
    P-key nokia module version 01.02
    FBUS INTERFACE NOT CONNECTED!!!
    USB Cable Driver version: 7.1.23.0
    Changing mode...Done!
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: NONE
    PPM Flash file: NONE
    CNT Flash file: NONE
    APE Variant file: NONE
    Searching for JAF saved location of ini...
    Checking path: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-465\

    Searching for default location of ini...
    Checking path: \Products\RM-465\
    Searching for JAF saved location of ini...
    Checking path: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-465\
    Scanning ini files...
    Searching for default location of ini...
    Checking path: \Products\RM-465\
    Checking path: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-465\
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-465\rm465_2001287_prd.c00
    PPM Flash file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-465\rm465_2001287_prd_prdapps.rofs2.v24
    CNT Flash file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-465\rm465_2001287_prd_prdapps.rofs3.v24
    APE Variant file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-465\rm465_2001287.02U
    Backing up CRT...
    Detected P-KEY: 9000AAC9
    P-key nokia module version 01.02
    Init usb communication...
    Reading IMEI...
    C:\Program Files\ODEON\JAF\ProgData\351964032385116_CRT_backu p_233224.pm
    Done!
    Backup CRT OK!
    Detected P-KEY: 9000AAC9
    P-key nokia module version 01.02
    Init usb communication...
    Searching for phone...Found
    Reading SW version...ICPR72_09w28.2 200.12.87
    Reading battery value...3849 mV
    Init usb flashing...
    Reading flashid... Error getting flash id...

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    did you check crt 308? please uncheck it and try again.

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Hi all,

    I too have a bricked N95 RM 320, have tried phoenix, no luck.

    JAF gets close buts when it finds the phone it has an error reading phone init data....any suggestions?

    Searching for default location of ini...
    Checking path: \Products\RM-320\
    Searching for JAF saved location of ini...
    Checking path: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\
    Scanning ini files...
    Searching for default location of ini...
    Checking path: \Products\RM-320\
    Checking path: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\RM-320_31.0.015_PR.C0R
    PPM Flash file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\RM-320_31.0.015_PR.v01
    CNT Flash file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\RM320_31.0.002_025_xxx_U01_uda.fpsx
    APE Variant file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\RM320_030_000_M011.fpsx
    Languages in ppm: English,French,Italian,Spanish,German,Portuguese
    Detected P-KEY: 90009699
    P-key nokia module version 01.02
    Init usb communication...
    PRESS POWER ON NOW!
    Searching for phone...Found
    Error reading phone init data...

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Quote Originally Posted by kazak120
    Hi all,

    I too have a bricked N95 RM 320, have tried phoenix, no luck.

    JAF gets close buts when it finds the phone it has an error reading phone init data....any suggestions?
    i think you might need a higher version of JAF here. not sure though.

    install jaf suite setup 1.0.0

    copie all jaf 1.98.65 final folders and past it in C:\Program Files\ODEON\JAF

    copie virtual pkey.exe and past it in C:\Program Files\ODEON\JAF

    run virtual pkey.exe

    if necessary install drivers and restart pc

    pass: saafi

    http://dl.free.fr/eUSJ9sYWG

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool



    Thanks for your tip to update to JAF 1.98.65, installation went fine but again, phone found but can't read init data

    Again, anyone with further advice? Thanks.

    This won't beat me!!


    JAF version 1.98.65 beta1
    Detected PKEY: 9000C7DE
    P-key nokia module version 01.02
    FBUS INTERFACE NOT CONNECTED!!!
    USB Cable Driver version: 7.1.29.0
    Changing mode...Done!
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: NONE
    PPM Flash file: NONE
    CNT Flash file: NONE
    APE Variant file: NONE
    Searching for JAF saved location of ini...
    Checking path: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\

    Searching for default location of ini...
    Checking path: \Products\RM-320\
    Searching for JAF saved location of ini...
    Checking path: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\
    Scanning ini files...
    Searching for default location of ini...
    Checking path: \Products\RM-320\
    Checking path: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\RM-320_31.0.015_PR.C0R
    PPM Flash file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\RM-320_31.0.015_PR.v01
    CNT Flash file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\RM320_31.0.002_025_xxx_U01_uda.fpsx
    APE Variant file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-320\RM320_030_000_M011.fpsx
    Languages in ppm: English,French,Italian,Spanish,German,Portuguese
    Detected P-KEY: 9000C7DE
    P-key nokia module version 01.02
    Init usb communication...
    PRESS POWER ON NOW!
    Searching for phone...Found
    Error reading phone init data...

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Right.... about time to ask for help, after reading the whole 24 pages....

    Here is the scenario in brief:

    trying to flash v50 on my nokia 5800 rm 428. i downloaded the RM-356 firmware from navifirm and got 7 files. (0592607_50.0.005 is the version). Placed everything in the right places. However when and when i try to check the use ini file box it says:

    Searching for default location of ini...
    Checking path: \Products\RM-428\
    Searching for JAF saved location of ini...
    Checking path: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-428\
    No ini files found...
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: NONE
    PPM Flash file: NONE
    CNT Flash file: NONE
    APE Variant file: NONE

    Now, I understand that I could select them manually, using the Manual Flash checkbox, however I do not see any files in the correct directory when being asked to select the file for:

    MCU (It seems to be asking for a CMT file)
    PPM (which file should I select?)
    APE (which file should I select?)

    clicking CNT, does not even bring up a dialoge box, where you would select the file

    Details:

    Phone: RM-428/NOKIA 5800D-1B XPRESS
    firmware: 31.2.008
    JAF: 1.98.62
    USB Cable: CA-101

    Phone is powered, with SIM, in General mode, battery charged, Memory card removed. The product code has been changed several times with the same JAF and is currently set to: 0592607

    Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Quote Originally Posted by oranabana
    Right.... about time to ask for help, after reading the whole 24 pages....

    Here is the scenario in brief:

    trying to flash v50 on my nokia 5800 rm 428. i downloaded the RM-356 firmware from navifirm and got 7 files. (0592607_50.0.005 is the version). Placed everything in the right places. However when and when i try to check the use ini file box it says:

    Searching for default location of ini...
    Checking path: \Products\RM-428\
    Searching for JAF saved location of ini...
    Checking path: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-428\
    No ini files found...
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: NONE
    PPM Flash file: NONE
    CNT Flash file: NONE
    APE Variant file: NONE

    Now, I understand that I could select them manually, using the Manual Flash checkbox, however I do not see any files in the correct directory when being asked to select the file for:

    MCU (It seems to be asking for a CMT file)
    PPM (which file should I select?)
    APE (which file should I select?)

    clicking CNT, does not even bring up a dialoge box, where you would select the file

    Details:

    Phone: RM-428/NOKIA 5800D-1B XPRESS
    firmware: 31.2.008
    JAF: 1.98.62
    USB Cable: CA-101

    Phone is powered, with SIM, in General mode, battery charged, Memory card removed. The product code has been changed several times with the same JAF and is currently set to: 0592607

    Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated
    well, firstly, this will cause your 3G to not work properly. secondly .c00 file extension must be renamed to .c0r file extension. this will be your mcu. ppm is rofs2 and cnt is rofs3. ape is .uda.

    also, please be mindful of flashing firmware files of other variants to your own. we don't know what this could cause.


 
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